The procession

A cortège of 2-eyed poles are moving at a geological pace toward the sea, in a dignified order, as they were part as part of a ceremony.

They are weather-beaten by the salt-loaded sea breezes. A few are bent,  as if they were trying to escape the alignment, but their roots are too strong.

They may be geological offspring of the rock floor, though they could also be related to the surrounding succulent plant life, with whom they share the same natural environment.